Pedicures have many benefits, one of them being relaxation. As soon as you start soaking your feet in the Epsom salt water, you get to unwind. Pedicures include warm towels and a massage, so not only will you leave the salon with sandal ready feet, but you’ll also leave feeling very relaxed.
During a pedicure, you receive nail and cuticle work, dead skin and callus removal, then we finish with a polish. You have the choice between regular nail polish, or shellac. Shellac is a great option for people who don’t like waiting for their nail polish to dry.
Men’s pedicures! Pedicures are definitely not just for the ladies, because I go in and clean up the nail shape, cuticles and make those feet baby soft, it is a good service for anyone, during a men’s pedicure, he still receives all of the pampering but gets the choice to skip the nail polish at the end.
Waterless pedicures? A waterless pedicure is basically the same service as a regular pedicure, you just skip the soaking step at the beginning. I believe it was for sanitary reasons as jetted foot baths are a lot harder to disinfect. I use a stainless steel bowl that can be completely sanitized between each service, therefore there is no need to remove the soaking step from this service.
Sandal season may not be upon us, but it's safe to say no one likes it when their feet get stuck to the sheets.
Both Lisa Foote and Ailesh Abrams offer pedicures at Salon Society and are ready to take on your feet!
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